One of my Qualification is titled Bachelor of Information Technology (Computer Games). in comparison to a normal Bachelor of Information Technology it's the exact same having the exact same Core Subjects that must be taken and passed. the difference in them is that with the Computer Games one, with the Electives (Subjects i must choose) there are 2 kinds, Electives and Games Electives with the latter only having a pool of subjects related only to Games, the former is any subject including those from the Games Electives Pool.
Despite explaining this my parents still complain saying that no employer will hire someone who did Computer Games in University. i have had 2 previous jobs and at the time listed that my Bachelor was in Computer Games. i believe my first job was very supportive of this because there was also a couple of gamers in the team (even during our personal work period at the end of the week one of them would be working on Drones and another would be showing off their Kickstarter Prizes like a mini projector, or a pen that drew in plastic) while my second job was the opposite going so far as to prevent me from learning anything outside what was required of work (ie. other programming languages, foreign cultures, even how to create a passive income) and i belive they only accepted my qualification as a trade off to the PHP Skills they would acquire from me.
Before my first job i was unemployed for half a year so i am unsure if employers back then or currently are seeing the Computer Games part of my Qualification and not even give me a second thought. that said since both the regular Bachelor of Information Technology and Computer Games one are more or less the exact same and that i recall in an interview when i forgot to bring my Bachelor one of my interviewers saying they could check up on it themselves, i am wondering that if i removed the Computer Games part of my Qualification would it be seen as dishonest and thus i would be seen negatively?